LG X Power Now Available At Boost Mobile: Full Review
The LG X Power has come out and is now available at some carriers in the United States. It is a mid-range smartphone that will satisfy users with its large battery life, which is one of the main features of the phone.
The LG X Power has been out with Cricket but now it is also coming out to Sprint through its Boost Mobile subsidiary, as Phone Arena reports. It is being sold at $129.99 and from September 23 could be owned through Installment Billing. Buyers then can have the new smartphone and pay it through monthly installments.
Its best feature is its large battery, which comes in at 4,100mAh. LG says that the battery can last for as long as 33 hours of talk time. It is a fixed battery though, so those who might want to find a spare battery for it won't be able to do so.
Its specs are standard for any mid-range smartphone that is now out. It has 16 GB internal storage that can be expanded through microSD. It has 2 GB RAM and an 8 MP rear camera. At the front, the LG X Power has a 5 MP camera, as GSM Arena notes. For its OS it has Android Marshmallow 6.01.
The LG X Power is for those who want a smartphone that has enough features in it without being too expensive. As a mid-range smartphone, its features might be common. However, with its large battery, it would be more than enough for most to use in one day.
The LG X Power is an all-plastic smartphone. There might be some features that are not in it, such as a fingerprint scanner, but most people can live without those features present. It is a phone that is also not large, having a screen size of only 5.3 inches. The screen itself is an IPS LCD display.
The LG X Power isn't a fancy smartphone in any way, but would appeal most to the mid-range market where most consumers are. It is a smartphone meant to be used daily and for this reason, it has a large battery life that goes along with it.
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